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Intel reveals its first chiplet CPUs are coming in 2023


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Intel revealed some intriguing details about its 14th-gen CPUs, codenamed Meteor Lake, at its Intel Accelerated webcast yesterday. The main event covered a change to how Intel names its production processes, bringing them more in line with TSMC and Samsung, as well revealing that Amazon and Qualcomm are to be its first foundry customers. 


Meteor Lake turned up as an example of a client CPU that will be built using the newly named Intel 4 production process, which was previously known simply as its 7nm process


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